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Four possible ways the naqıdas were composed, transmitted and presented: 3. A third option, which seems to be less likely, is that al-Farazdaq prepares his poem ahead of time and then recites it. Jarır attends the recitation and is required to compose orally a counter-poem by which he refutes the major themes and motifs raised by his rival. Immediately afterwards, al-Farazdaq composes other verses of his poem (the second part of it), this time orally too, in order to refute Jarır.
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